Michelle" recently threatened to assault her ex-boyfriend's wife, Toya Wright, amid an ongoing dispute over her claims that Mickey "Memphitz" Wright physically abused her. Toya, who was once married to rapper Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. Michelle has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and went on saying that she does not have custody of her own son during a recent interview, which resulted in threats of violence."@Toya Wright I'm not crazy enough to not have custody of my son, but I am crazy enough to slap the s--- out of u. Memphitz, the man at the center of the feud, publicly responded to the drama via social networking site Instagram."Where The Hell is Maury Povich when you need him??? The reality star has been linked to gold medal-winning swimmer Ryan Lochte, who she affectionately called her "pooh" in a recent tweet about his performance at the London Olympics.
The 26-year-old, who has become increasingly vocal on Twitter in recent weeks, went on another Twitter rant on Thursday after Toya, 28, publicly dismissed her abuse claims while defending her husband Memphitz."@Toya Wright you told ur story, I have a right to tell mine. Although she previously admitted to dating a swimmer, K.
And in a recent interview with Necole Bitchie, she explained what all of this did to Memphis mentally and how it hurt their marriage.
I mean, what is going on with my husband, like I said when I spoke on it, is bigger than me.
Micky has been going through something for the last few years since the whole lawsuit thing against his ex [K.
Michelle] and Viacom and it really took a toll on him and it caused him to be a different person. And I’ve been to counseling with him and all types of things so he can get back strong.
So I think that, going through all of those things, and having all of that stress and the world looking at you one way as a “woman beater” and person that steals someone’s money. It’s a lot for him that’s on him and choosing to live our marriage publicly.
It’s hard for you to get back into your industry when you had a career and not a [just] job and somebody defames your character. Everybody has an opinion and when somebody has the bigger platform to share their story and the other person doesn’t, it kind of gets one sided.